Alex Aksenoff Allegedly Altered Firm Records
Alex Aksenoff (CRD #: 6172520), a previously registered broker, has been fired from his position at Paulson Investment Company, according to his BrokerCheck record, accessed on October 20, 2021. Details surrounding his termination have been provided below.
On October 1, 2021, Alex Aksenoff was fired from his position at Paulson Investment Company following allegations that he made impermissible alternations to firm records.
FINRA Rule 4511: Preservation of Books and Records
FINRA requires firms to maintain accurate records. FINRA Rule 4511 states that firms “shall make and preserve books and records as required under the FINRA Rules, the Exchange Act and the applicable Exchange Act rules.” The rule applies to customer account information, communications between brokers and investors, as well as records of written customer complaints.
The disclosure does not state what type of alteration Alex Aksenoff made. Brokers have made changes to firm documents in order to conceal a mistake or to change the amount of their commission.
FINRA Rule 2010: High Standards of Commercial Honor
Breaking FINRA Rule 4511 would also constitute a violation of FINRA Rule 2010, which states that brokers must “observe high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable principles of trade.”
Alex Aksenoff Background Information
Alex Aksenoff has passed the following exams:
- Series 63 Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination
- Securities Industry Essentials Examination
- Series 7 General Securities Representative Examination
Alex Aksenoff has worked with the following firms:
- Paulson Investment Company (CRD #: 56New70)
- National Securities Corporation (CRD #: 7569)
- Laidlaw & Company (UK) (CRD #: 119037)
- Spartan Capital Securities (CRD #: 5670)
- Maxim Group (CRD #: 120708)
- Newbridge Securities Corporation (CRD #: 104065)
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